Is reading on the iPad bad for your eyes?
An iPad, just like any other device with an LCD color display (not only tablets but also phones) emits light directly into your eyes.
It may not happen if you use an iPad for half an hour, but you’ll definitely feel eye fatigue after reading a book all Sunday.
A Kindle saves your eyes.
Is reading books on a tablet bad for eyes?
Traditional reading can bring about unpleasant eye symptoms as well. When reading a regular book on a printed page, experts have said that the muscles in your eyes move about 10,000 times an hour. So even just reading a regular book can lead to digital eye strain.
Can you read books on an iPad?
iBooks: Apple’s e-book store is currently only available on Apple iOS devices — iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. Sony Reader: Besides Sony Reader hardware, Sony books can be accessed on Android phones, Android tablets, Windows PCs, Macs, and — after a long delay — iOS devices (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad).
Is reading on a Kindle bad for your eyes?
Correction! ‘How harmful is the iPad for eyes compared to Kindle?’. Amazon kindle is one great product for reading, with no harm to eyes. I don’t know much about Kindle paper-white, but I can say, having a backlit might create a little strain in your eyes, especially if you’re reading in dark or poorly lit conditions.